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2 Local Men Sentenced for Crimes Against Children

September 20, 2003|From a Times Staff Writer

Two Ventura County men, in separate cases, have been sentenced for crimes against children, officials in the district attorney's office said.

Jayme Unick, 31, of Newbury Park was sentenced to six years in state prison for accosting a 13-year-old girl at a Thousand Oaks department store in 2000 and downloading child pornography while on parole earlier this year, officials said.

After Unick is released from prison, he will be on probation for five years. Conditions of his probation include an inpatient sex offender treatment program, restrictions on computer use and restrictions on access to children and material that is sexually explicit or voyeuristic, said Deputy Dist. Atty. Howard Wise.

In the other case, Peter Wen Yi Lee, 23, of Simi Valley was sentenced to 180 days in Ventura County Jail for possessing child pornography.

Lee, who was studying to obtain teaching credentials, was also placed on probation for three years. Lee's probation conditions include restrictions on access to children and to material that is sexually explicit, voyeuristic or deals with school themes. His computer will be destroyed as part of his sentence.

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